What is Young NCB?
Young NCB is a group of children and young people who
speak out about the things that are important to them and the
things that affect their lives.
Young NCB members come together to share their
opinions and change the things that are important to them and other
people their age. It's also a great way to make friends, learn new
skills, build your confidence and have fun - and it's all
It is open to all children and young
people up to the age of 18 who live in England and Northern
Ireland. (Young NCB is open to all young people up to the end
of the academic year following their 18th birthday) It is supported
by the National Children's Bureau and its work is
guided by an Advisory Group of
Young NCB gives its members the chance to
take action on issues that you feel are important, such as
campaigning for quality personal finance education, speaking out
about transport services so that they meet young people's needs,
and taking part in events to tell the Department of Health about
the importance of involving children and young people
in decisions about their health (as well as loads more!)
At Young NCB your views really count and will
be heard by other children and young people, professionals and
policy makers. Young NCB is open to all children and young people
no matter what your race, religion, disability, sexual orientation
or anything else that might make you unique! Young NCB has
its own Diversity and Equal
Opportunities Statement written by our members.
If you want to find out more about Young NCB
or have any questions, email us on email@example.com or call
020 7843 6099 or 020 7843
To join Young NCB go to our online membership page.
It's absolutely free and you don't
have to have done anything like this before - it's a great
place to start! It's completely up to you how much or how little
you would like to do depending on your other commitments and how
much time you may have.
"Being a Young NCB member has
given me more confidence to get involved
in issues I am passionate about"
Young NCB member